North American B-25 Mitchell was most probably one of the best medium bombers of WWII. The first flight of the twin-engine North American plane was done in 1939. Powered by two 1750 HP Wright R-2600 Cyclone engines, the B-25 was known by an unbelievable operational flexibility.
In late 1942, a German heavy tank with extra thick armor and a very powerful gun, showed itself in the North African front. It was long desired by German Soldiers who were fighting non-stopping against the allies.
Focke-Wulf Fw190, known as 'Butcher-bird', was a single-seat, one-engine fighter aircraft and one of the best fighters of its time. Used most during WWII, over 20,000 were manufactured, including 6,000 fighter bomber models.
Hawker Hurricane was the most numerous airplane fighter in service with the RAF at the opening of the Battle of Britain. The Hawker went on to prove itself a vital fighter aircraft on all fronts of the WWII. It came to be regarded as a rough and reliable ground attack machine.
June, 1942. Mosquito FB MkVI first takes to the skies,empowered by two Merlin engines driving three-bladed de Havilland hydromatic propellers, Mosquito FB Mk VI, which was mainly made of wood, was really fast and incredibly manoeuvrable, reaching top speeds of 384 mph.